Trevor Scully is a 5-foot-11, 170-pound quarterback for La Jolla High School, where he played for head coach Tyler Roach. Scully earned three varsity letters playing football.
Scully earned team MVP and All-City League First-Team Offense honors while generating more than 75 percent of the Vikings’ offense in 2017. He accounted for more than 3,000 yards of offense (2,600 passing and nearly 500 rushing) and 38 of the team’s 45 TDs (30 passing, eight rushing). Scully also earned MVP honors in the prestigious Battle for California State All-Star game.
Off the field, Scully carried a 4.03 GPA while taking several honors and college classes. His GPA improved every semester since his freshman year at La Jolla High.
Scully is undecided on his college choice, but is being recruited by more than a dozen colleges. He hopes to study business and maybe law. In his free time, Scully likes to surf. Trevor has two brothers, Mitch and Justin, and is the son of Miles and Denise Scully.